This handbook is intended to help leaders in both community arts schools and public schools understand what partnerships are, what benefits they offer, and how to structure and manage them. It covers the reasons to partner, planning and budgeting, fundraising and advocacy, content creation, professional development, evaluation and assessment. Worksheets and an annotated bibliography are provided.
Title: Partners in Excellence: a guide to community school of the arts/ public school partnerships from inspiration to implementation
Publication date 2005-10-11
Publication Year 2005
Jacqueline Sideman Guttman
National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts
, arts education
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